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Naomi’s work refers to mourning, loss and remembrance. Relating to these themes, she explores human emotion with her ceramic vessels by focusing upon what we can remember of our lost loved ones. Do we remember the way they sounded, the way they smelled, what their handwriting was like?
Using her own experiences and memories she distorts and alters words, turning them into secrets and hidden messages, mainly displaying these messages on the interior of her forms. She adorns her vessels in this way to intrigue the viewer, encouraging them to peer inside, whilst also portraying the feelings that we may wish to keep to ourselves.
Some of her forms sit quietly elegant and contemplative, whilst others stand strong, challenging the standard expectations of a vessel. She often likes to experiment with the surface of the clay; cutting and tearing out small sections to give the vessels a broken and fragile aesthetic; her experimentation fuels the emerging theme of erosion within her work.
New work by Naomi Robinson will be in the gallery and on the website shortly.
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